“Come and See Us!” 

Access Sacramento is going to be out on the town! Or, rather out in the county in the coming months. We are making it a point to come and and meet the community at several locations throughout the county and spread the word about our many exciting programs. We’re currently scheduled to appear at Chalk It Up! on labor Day weekend and are looking for several Access Sacramento members to volunteer to join us at our tent and assist us with our efforts. So, if you’re a Community Producer of the Radio, Television Programs, or just want to reach out and volunteer and help with this fun project you can contact us in the office before that date. At the Chalk It Up location we’ll also be working on a fun youth program in conjunction with Chalk It Up and need techie and equipment people who enjoy working with children and teens.

Our next scheduled booth appearance will be at Fairytale Town on September 24th and 25th for The Storytelling event. We’ll be there there getting the word out about our workshops and The Neighborhood News Bureau.

Let us know if you’re interested in assisting us at theses great events. You don’t need to be camera certified, you only need to be an active member and let us know you will be there to support us and to get our message out.

These are exciting times here at Access Sacramento and so many wonderful things are happening that you can be a part of. We plan on showing up at many community events and look forward to you being there, too.

If you have a community event you’d like to see us at please let us know. We’d love to be there!

If you would like to volunteer you can call us in the office at (916) 456-8600 x 0 by August 31st to sign up for the Chalk It Up event.

I’ll be there doing some fun Chalk Art and volunteering at the next event. I’ll see you at Chalk It Up!

*images are of Access Sacramento staff member Michelle Barbaria at the 2010 Chalk It Up! and Michelle at The Crest Theatre at The Jammies.

*image of volunteers including several Access Sacramento members and staff at the 2010 Chalk It Up youth project.